5.9 Continuity and Change in the 18th-Century States
1 min read•may 12, 2020
The French Revolution and Napoleon’s reign challenged the different types of political sovereignty in 18th-Century States. As Napoleon took control of much of the European continent, the rest of Europe was provoked to take a nationalistic response. Although political sovereignty and government changed in France more than once during the 18th-century, eventually the Congress of Vienna restored the Bourbons to the French throne.
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